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Mack just turned 3, and is starting to grow out of some of his 2T clothes. Especially his pajamas.
Harry Potter inspired jammies were required!
I’ve seen a few t-shirts with “I’m a keeper” and the goal hoops floating around pinterest. Using the silhouette program and this free Harry Potter font I created a file for my freezer paper stencil.
Want to make one? Download the silhouette file I used HERE.
I used the same basic technique as I did for my Avenger’s shirt. First I put on the hoops, then added the words over the top.
Pattern: Alex and Anna Winter PJs With a few small changes. I did short sleeves with a small band, and added a contrasting band to the bottom of the shirt.
Fabric: Upcycled t-shirts. I wanted to use the black because it is worn soft, and the white so that you could see the painted design well. I love the way the color-blocking turned out.
Now Mack can snuggle in bed with a few good books.
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